Thank you for taking the time to visit the Migrant Farmworker Resource page through the department of Chicano Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. If you are interested in learning more about the mission and purpose of the site, please visit the About the Site category.
The Campaigns and Taking Action category will take you to information gathered about the latest campaigns happening as well as ways to be involved in issues surrounding the migrant farm worker world.
For a short listing and description of organizations that support migrant farm worker's rights and justice, visit the Farmworker Organizations category.
If you are here to make a connection with other people in the migrant farm worker world, click on the Farmworker-University Connections category. There are instructions on how to make new connections with other people interested in the same issues surrounding migrant farm workers.
Valuable research has been collected in made available under our Research category. There is research made available from undergraduate students working in direct collaboration with farm worker organizations. Additionally, there will be updates to the research portion of the website as more new research comes to light.
As a last note, please use this website to its full advantage. All of the information exists as blog posts, so if you feel that there is something inaccurate, have a comment to make, would like to start a discussion, have something to further add, or anything else, please do not hesitate to comment on that post and thereby contribute even further to the website. The more interaction that occurs on the website, the better it will become as a resource for fighting the injustices perpetrated against migrant farm workers.